Dr. Sylvia Rimm's groundbreaking research on what was behind the success of over 1,000 women led to her best-selling book See Jane Win. Now, she combines the lessons, tips, and advice gleaned from her study, along with the girlhood experiences of See Jane Win research participants like Sandra Day O'Connor and Jane Pauley, in a book designed especially for young girls, SEE JANE WIN FOR GIRLS: A SMART GIRL'S GUIDE TO SUCCESS. But, as Dr. Rimm's findings show, even the most capable "I CAN" girl will benefit immensely from the help of a parent, teacher, or caring adult. Dr. Rimm suggests these 10 tips to encourage and stimulate girls' self-esteem and confidence, and help them to become eager to learn and ready to lead.
Dr. Sylvia Rimm (Cleveland, Ohio) is the best-selling author of See Jane Win and How Jane Won, as well as parenting favorites Why Bright Kids Get Poor Grades and How to Parent So Children Will Learn. She is the director of the Family Achievement Clinic in Cleveland and a clinical professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. The author of a syndicated newspaper column on parenting, she has appeared in Redbook and People magazines, on Oprah and 20/20, and as host of Family Talk with Sylvia Rimm. She is also a frequent parenting expert on the Today show.
Copyright 2002/2003, Sylvia Rimm, Ph.D. Used with permission from Free Spirit Publishing.
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